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Download data and tiles over https where available. #736

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QuLogic commented Mar 5, 2016

Use https for:

  • Google tiles
  • Some NASA references
  • OpenStreetMap
  • MapBox
  • All example & test URLs

What's left is:

  • Anything from osgeo; their certificate is for *.osgeo.org only and none of the subdomains where the tiles are served.
  • SRTM
  • MapQuest; maybe a new API works over https, but I'm not sure and don't really want to dive into it.
  • The Stamen terrain tiles
  • NaturalEarth
  • VirtualEarth

BTW, it's rather disappointing that even the MetOffice still isn't available over https.

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👍 - we should probably put a what's new in for this though.

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pelson commented Mar 6, 2016

👍 - we should probably put a what's new in for this though.

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Done.

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QuLogic commented Mar 6, 2016

Done.

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Merge pull request #736 from QuLogic/secure-download
Download data and tiles over https where available.

@pelson pelson merged commit ea0997f into SciTools:master Mar 7, 2016

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